Hone Tuwhare: No Other Lips

Early in 1995, Hone Tuwhare one of the country's best-known, best-loved and most colourful literary figures allowed a film crew to observe him at home, around Kaka Point, and travelling the country reading his work. The result is a punchy portrait of a remarkable poet and a great New Zealand character. Gaylene Preston has fashioned a shrewdly appreciative portrait... Bill Gosden NZ Film Festival.

Year: 1996
Genre: Documentaries, New Zealand Film, New Zealand Docos, Art On Film, Biography
Country: NZ
Director: Gaylene Preston
Starring: Hone Tuwhare
Duration: 46 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: New Zealand (Documentary)



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